Motorola Moto G4 Plus launched in India at Rs 13,499

Moto G 4th Generation Plus starts at Rs 13,499 for 16 GB and the 32 GB has been priced at Rs 14,999.

Motorola Moto G4 Plus launched in India at Rs 13,499

Zee Media Bureau

New Delhi: Motorola on Tuesday announced the launch of its 4th Gen Moto G in India. Bringing double excitement for the consumers, Motorola announced two devices --Moto G 4th Generation and Moto G 4th Generation Plus.

The Moto G 4th Generation Plus starts at Rs 13,499 for 16 GB version while the price of Moto G 4th Generation Plus 32 GB version will come at Rs 14,999

Stay tuned with us for live updates on the event.

- The price of Moto G 4th Generation has been put on hold

- Moto G 4th Generation will be launched in India next month

-Moto G 4th Generation 16 GB starts at Rs 13,499, Moto G 4th Generation Plus 32 GB will be priced at Rs 14,999

- This Phone captures the right details to my selfies

- Pallavi Ruhail, fashion blogger, shares her experience

- Professional camera camouflaged as smartphone camera

- Speed, acuracy and quality are delivered everytime

- Anindito Mukherjee, photojournalist -action photography shares his experience

- Fingerprint readers allow you to unlock the phone in no time

- Suchir Suri, food enthusiast, talks about his experience

- Adjust brightness and you are ready to go in a dimly, poorly lit room

- Appreciates Moto G camera light

- Astha Manchanda, fashion photographer, shares her experience

- Yash Rane, talks about his experience on Moto device

- Moto gallery unveiled

-Twist to launch camera

-Wide angle front camera

-16 MP rear camera

- 5 fingerprints can be stored on a device

- Gives you secured data access

- Brings fingerprint sensor to Moto G 4th generation

- Flip your phone to silence it while in meeting

-Swipe to unlock and Swipe to dismiss

- Motorola adds new features for its Moto G 4th generation plus.

- Yi talks about the product design of the all new Moto G4 Plus

- Allison Yi, Director of Product management takes stage

- Motorola announces 4th Generation Moto G and 4th Generation Moto G Plus

-Consumer across growth want different products

-Devices have become a lot more personal so the product should be meaningful

- It's absolutely critical to focus on consumer

- Moto G 3rd Gen beat sales of its pervious generation by 200 percent

- It has been an absolutely cracker-jacker year for us: Boni

-Amit Boni, General Manager, Moto India takes the stage

- Have recieved phenomenal response from Indian market: Dillon Ye

-Dillon Ye, Vice President, Smartphone Business Lead of Asia Pacific at Lenovo Group Ltd takes the stage


-The stage at Taj Palace Delhi is all set

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